‘mirror ball stand’ is a modular light fixture which holds chrome ball shades on a central rod
 
 

tom dixon
displayed his new collection of lighting and furniture designs at superstudio piu in zona tortona.
the new collection was titled ‘a bit rough’ and aimed to display a down to earth no nonsense approach.
the ‘cast glass’ lighting collection was the most obvious example of this theme. the glass lights were
manufactured with the same technique as car headlights, giving them a slightly imperfect appearance.
other new pieces included the ‘mirror ball stand’ a modular lighting system finished in sparkling chrome
and the ‘slab’ collection of tables chairs and benches done in natural oak, black and even fluorescent red.

see the full collection in our milan design week 2008 snapshot report

 

 

milan design week 2008: tom dixon ‘cast glass’ light series manufactured with the same process as car headlights

 

milan design week 2008: tom dixon ‘spot table’ is a modular table system which can suit any purpose

 

milan design week 2008: tom dixon ‘slab chair’ and ‘slab table’ in natural oak

 

 

milan design week 2008: tom dixon ‘fluoro ball lights’